GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos are in a crisis both on and off the pitch as the future of the club remains uncertain. Following the defeat in Agrinio to Panetolikos, coach Marinos Ouzounidis seemed rather troubled in the postgame press conference about the club’s current status, however the Greek boss is determined to stay on board as Panathinaikos’ head coach.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The past week has brought with it many new developments regarding the future of Panathinaikos FC, most notably in the form of current President Giannis Alafouzos announcing his intentions to step down. As previously discussed, this could have potentially severe repercussions such as relegation to Greece’s third division. However, what is installed for the immediate future of the club and what are the possible paths the club can take to avoid the worst case scenario?
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens coach Manolo Jimenez praised his team’s astonishing determination after they fought back from 2-0 down to win a pulsating Athens derby against reigning champions Olympiacos 3-2 on Sunday.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK captain Petros Mantalos netted a last-minute winner as Manolo Jimenez’s team fought back from 2-0 down to clinch a superb 3-2 win over title rivals Olympiacos in an enthralling Athens derby on Sunday at the Olympic Stadium. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panionios were at their explosive best on Sunday, demolishing a hapless Larissa side 4-1 in Nea Smyrni to claim three easy points, while Kerkyra and Levadiakos shared the spoils of a 1-1 draw in Corfu. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Aleksandar Prijović scored the only goal of the game as PAOK saw off the challenge of PAS Giannina 1-0 at the Toumba on Sunday to continue their fine start to the season, moving into second place in the SuperLeague table.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Atromitos put Lamia to the sword 3-0 on Saturday to record their first win of the SuperLeague season and move up to fifth place in the standings. Platanias grabbed an important three points on the road over Apollon Smyrnis. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Matchday 5 of the 2017/18 Champions’ League features the first major derby of the season. AEK and Olympiacos do battle on Sunday night at the Olympic Stadium in Athens. The AGONAsport Match of the Week, this derby will have real bearing on the early tone of the title race. A victory could leaders AEK five points clear of the 7-time defending champions, while an Olympiacos victory could see normal service resumed as far as Super League domination goes.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The 2017/18 is still in its early days, but some early conclusions are beginning to be drawn in Greece. One is that Olympiacos remain favorites for the title, but have already shown just four matches that they are looking vulnerable again. Their main rivals for the title? AEK’s positive start to the season, both at home and in Europe, sees the Kitrinomavri as the early favorites to challenge Olympiacos’ long-reign atop the Greek game.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As discussed yesterday, Dimitris Giannakopoulos and Giannis Alafouzos could not come to an agreement regarding the proposed takeover by the former. The major sticking point in negotiations was the amount of debt Alafouzos was to cover upon his exit. As a result, the club faces a massively uncertain future which has fans fearing for the worst. In this instance, the worst is relegation to Greece’s third division.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It was a busy transfer season in Greece with all 16 teams playing an active role in the summer transfer window. From the Superleague champions, Olympiacos, to the newly promoted Apollon Smyrnis, all clubs added players that will hopefully up the level of their respective teams and increase the overall quality in this year's SuperLeague.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: After a week that has plunged the club from happy and hopeful to one in crisis, Olympiacos are trying to bounce back this week with two massive matches. First comes Asteras Tripolis in the Greek Cup on Tuesday and then the derby against AEK on Sunday for Matchday 5 of the Greek Super League.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panionios held on for a hard-earned point against PAS Giannina on Monday after the final fixture of Matchday 4 ended in an entertaining 1-1 draw at the Zosimades stadium in Ioannina. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens moved two points clear at the top of the SuperLeague after a controversial late penalty from Lazaros Christodoulopoulos earned the Kitrinomavri a 1-0 away win over Lamia in Sunday’s late Matchday 4 game.**HIGHLIGHTS**